This pamphlet presents to you the writing of former Black Panther Party member Michael Cetewayo Tabor. It was written in 1969, when he was being framed in the New York Panther 21 case. Ceteway, or "Cet" as he was affectionately called, was a shining example of the..."X" factor. He, like Malcolm, demonstrated powerfully that even the brother and sister off the block, the outlaw, the welfare addict, the dope fiend, gangmember, etc could shake off the chains of addiction and jungle mentality and change. THEY COULD ARISE OUT OF THE HELLFIRE INTO THE NEW ROLE MODEL OF THE PANTHER, THE DYNAMIC REVOLUTIONARY WHO SERVED THE PEOPLE IN THE QUEST FOR LIBERATION. Cet was 23 years old at the time of this writing. What makes this unique is not only that he deals with the subject of the "plague" or the chemical warfare waged on the African-Amerikan bantustan; it is that he was a former addict, a victim of its genocidal affects. For five years, from age 13 to 18, he was a heroin addict.